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Epilogue

(No alteration since 1842.)

So, Lady Flora, take my lay, And, if you find a meaning there, O whisper to your glass, and say, "What wonder, if he thinks me fair?" What wonder I was all unwise, To shape the song for your delight Like long-tail'd birds of Paradise, That float thro' Heaven, and cannot light? Or old-world trains, upheld at court By Cupid-boys of blooming hue-- But take it--earnest wed with sport, And either sacred unto you.


Lord Alfred Tennyson

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